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Hate week culminates, 21 Wildcats say farewell, and Tyler Lockett goes for gold.

One last home rodeo for the three amigos.
One last home rodeo for the three amigos.
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Thu, Nov 6, 2014
3:00 PM CT
Kansas (3-8, 1-7) at (12) Kansas State (8-2, 6-1)


Who: Texas (3-4/2-2) at (11/11) K-State (5-1/3-0).

When: November 22, 2014 | 3:00 p.m. CT

Where: Manhattan, Kansas | Bill Snyder Family Stadium (52,800)

Media: 1350 KMAN | FOX Sports 1

DB Joseph Bonugli.
DL Valentino Coleman.
DE Laton Dowling.
DB Randall Evans.
C B.J. Finney, offensive line captain.
DL Taylor Godinet.
DB Weston Hiebert, special teams captain .
LB Dakorey Johnson.
OL Drew Liddle.
WR Tyler Lockett, receivers captain.
DE Ryan Mueller, defensive line captain.
TE Zach Nemechek.
OL DeAndre Roberts.
RB DeMarcus Robinson.
SS Dylan Schellenberg.
WR Curry Sexton, honorary captain.
LB David Smith.
TE Zach Trujillo.
LB Jonathan Truman, defensive backfield captain.
QB Jake Waters, offensive backfield captain.
FB Adam Weber.



These 21 young men have given their all to the purple, some for just two years, others for five. They will take the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium for the final time today before an emotional contest against their most-hated rivals from That School Down the River. They're going to be missed.

And then there's going to be a football game, which with all honesty may be anticlimactic. Tyler Lockett needs two touchdowns and four receptions to tie his father's two remaining career records. It's probably a good bet he'll get at least one of them by the end of the afternoon. Also looking for a big game will be Curry Sexton, who's currently on pace for a 1000-yard season -- and if he gets there, it would be the first time in K-State history that two receivers broke that barrier in the same season.

Finally, a win today will ensure the 'Cats hold serve in their chase for a New Year's bowl. That's sort of important. Join us as the Wildcats go for their sixth straight win over the Jayhawks.

GO CATS!